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Re: Approach to working online
« Reply #15 on: December 08, 2015, 01:12:10 AM »
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At the moment, I am working as a freelancer writer and editor - and yes, the idea is to build up my contacts over time to improve my workload and eventual wage. I still use smaller websites such as PostLoop and SliceThePie for additional income, as I find that I am able to break up my day quite nicely by doing this. It gives me the chance to do some casual work while I think about what I am doing professionally for the rest of the afternoon, which is great really.

It sounds like your freelance writing and editing is consistent work then. Is that for large websites / offline businesses? I notice that you group Postloop and SliceThePie as smaller websites so I'm guessing it's a different type of writing.

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Re: Approach to working online
« Reply #16 on: December 18, 2015, 07:21:26 AM »
I think we need to focus on the tasks we perform better and pay the best. For example, if we have good writing skills we  look for writing jobs, if we articulate well, eventually online testing and so on.

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Re: Approach to working online
« Reply #17 on: December 18, 2015, 08:10:03 PM »
When I first started working from home, there was no public access to Internet yet, and therefore I was doing money by selling items by snail mail. Eventually I setup a mail direct home-based business, that by the end of the 90s was complemented with a telemarketing service.

On the last year of such decade and just close to the day when the world was supposedly coming to an end, I came online for the first time and the few next years was trying to find new money making alternatives.

However, and in the long rung, I forgot to focus on something; I was not longer running my former business, and I was experimenting with this and that other until reaching today.

And I guess this is why my financial success with Internet cannot be compared with my success with telemarketing/mail direct. For this latter I had goals and a well defined plan in which focus, but when it comes to work online, I'm only wanting to make money, but ignoring where I'm going.

This has to change though ;)

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Re: Approach to working online
« Reply #18 on: December 18, 2015, 10:31:26 PM »
When I was still single I worked full time in a company. But when I got married my husband does not want me to work so I decided that working online is the easiest way for me to make my mind active while at the same time I am earning money. Right now I am satisfied the way how I am earning and though even it is not that big at least working online is very interesting for me all the time.


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